It’s summer when Arezu, an Iranian American teenager, goes to Spain to meet her estranged father at an apartment he owns there. He never shows up, instead sending her a weekly allowance, care of his step-nephew, Omar, a forty-year-old Lebanese man. As the weeks progress, Arezu is drawn into a mercurial, charged, and ultimately catastrophic affair with Omar, a relationship that shatters her just at the cusp of adulthood.
This is the part of the summary that got me hooked and made me fall in love with the book. This was so good and I absolutely loved all of the characters they each had their own flaws and that was shown throughout this book as they overcame all the challenges thrown at them. Although there were some parts of the book that I did get bored overall the book was amazing and I don't regret reading this book at all. I would recommend this book to all the people who love reading about challenges a character has to overcome in their life.